Shohi Ohtani of Angels performed a historic two-way feat, dismissing the top 13 batsmen of his career. Royals

Los Angeles bipartisan Shohi Ohtani set a personal and league-wide record in Wednesday night’s 5-0 win over Kansas City Royals (box score). Ohtani not only became the new best player of his career with 13 in strikeouts but also became the first player to become an official figure since 1920 in 1920 in which he punched out 10 or more batsmen and Make eight or more runs. More runs, According to researcher Sarah Langs. (Ohtani hit eight in a loss on Tuesday.)

Ohtani’s last line saw him give up two hits and a walk without a run, earned or otherwise withdrew. He bowled the above 13 batsmen on 108 pitches, of which 71 went on strike. The state cast rated her 14 nights and Mrs. Record at night, including seven on her slider. Ohtani Ohtani also recorded one hit, one Anfield single, and walked as a batsman.

Ohtani reached the height of his previous career at the Strike Outs in April, when he struck out 12 Houston Astros. He has yet to record an out in the ninth innings of his time in Major League Baseball, although he has played a number of full games with his team Hokkaido Nippon Ham Fighters in Japan’s Nippon Professional Baseball League.

Ohtani entered the night after starting 11 times this season. In those competitions, it recorded a 3.28 ERA (122 ERA +) and a 5.13 strike out to walk ratio. Offensively, he batted .260 / .331 / .489 (132 OPS +) with 15 home runs and seven steels.

Langs added that only one other player has recorded at least eight RBIs and at least 10 strikeouts in a single game in a season or career. The man is Tony Clonger, a former Atlanta Breeze pitcher who performed the feat in 1966.

Cloninger’s career saw him post a 4.07 ERA (88 ERA +) and a 1.40 strike out to walk ratio in 12 seasons. On the plate, he batted with 11 home runs and 67 runs with .192 / .205 / .277. He won the Down Belt Most Valuable Player Award in 1965, but never made an All-Star Game or voted for any other piece of hardware. He was not a prototype then.

The Angels are now 34-38 in the season following Wednesday’s victory. He will have a Thursday off before the start of the weekend series against the Seattle Mariners.